Able to work as an offshore support vessel, and has a large crane for performing heavy subsea jobs and to serve as an anchor handling vessel. Equipped with a hybrid configuration of power plant serving two main propellers, one retractable thruster forward, two side tunnel thrusters forward and two aft.
Vessel typeAnchor Handling Tug Supply
Built byUlstein Verft AS
Owned byOlympic Subsea ASA
Designed byUlstein Design & Solutions AS
Ordered byOlympic Shipping
Operated byOlympic Subsea ASA
- 93.8 m
- 23 m
- Bollard pull approx.:
- 260 tonnes
- Dead weight:
- 4931 tonnes
- 8 m
- 18 kn
- 68 people
- Deck area:
- 800 sqm
Note: Subject to selected variant configuration
- Fuel oil (MDO):
- 2770 cbm
- Fresh water:
- 706 cbm
- Ballast water:
- 4771 cbm
- 964 cbm
- DnV 1A1, Tug, Supply Vessel, SF, E0, DYNPOS-AUTR, NAUT-OSV(A), CLEAN DESIGN, OPP-F, ICE C, COMF-V(3), COMF-C(3), DK(+), HL(+)
Delivered 25 June 2009 to Olympic Shipping AS.
The hybrid system (diesel-electric/diesel-mechanical) was developed by Olympic Shipping and Ulstein and is adapted to a vessel with multiple roles. Compared with other AHTS vessels with diesel mechanical propulsion, the Olympic vessels have experienced a massive fuel reduction.
The vessel was nominated ‘Ship of the year 2009’, and the hybrid solution in the sister vessels ‘Olympic Zeus’ and ‘Olympic Hera’ was nominated for the award "Green Ship/Service of the Year 2011" by Green Ship Technology Conference.
“A good wide working deck makes it possible to work with several anchors and a lot of other equipment at the same time. It is possible to use the machinery very efficiently, with low to medium power of the engines when doing parts of the operations, this leads to reduced fuel consumption,” the crew reports.
The vessel is equipped, built and certified according to IMO Class II for Dynamic Positioning.
Olympic Shipping was restructured as Olympic Subsea ASA in 2017.
2023, January: The vessel is constructed for work on the Côte d'Ivoire on a mission for Saipem. She will assist in the installation of the «Firenze FPSO» at 1,200m depth in the Baleine field. With her bollard pull, large winches and active heave-compensated crane which can operate down to 3,000m depths, the Olympic Zeus is a preferred candidate for such missions.
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